The premier diving and snorkeling center on Nassau is located in a quiet seaside village used in the 1996 feature film Flipper. Today, the set is a state-of-the-art dive center offering guests a variety of activities that explore southwest Nassau’s spectacular walls, reefs, wrecks and movie sites. The modern retail center offers a full selection of resort wear, plus our outdoor grill is open daily for lunch and dinner. All our spacious and professional boats are equipped with top-quality safety equipment, and complimentary two-way transportation is provided from all locations on New Providence.
Stuart Cove’s offers morning and afternoon two-tank (half-day) trips; dive along the dramatic Tongue of the Ocean Wall, on one of dozens of wrecks, or explore the famous James Bond wreck in only 40 feet of water. Dive on the Cessna used in the filming of Jaws or the DC3 airplane seen in Into the Blue.
Your two-tank Shark Adventure begins with a swim with sharks along a beautiful wall, followed by a spectacular show where our professional handlers feed dozens of sharks as they encircle you while our photo/video staff captures your encounter. Ask about our new diving with tiger sharks at Tiger Beach on Grand Bahama Island, as well as with oceanic whitetip sharks off Cat Island.
Dive on the famous sites where three separate James Bond movies were filmed, plus Cocoon, Splash, Open Water, After the Sunset and more — since the 1950s, moviemakers have been drawn to these waters for their clarity.
Dedicated snorkeling trips just minutes from the best sites around the island are easy, safe and fun for the whole family! Try something different and join the fun crowd of thrill-seeking SUB aquanauts for an undersea experience you’ll be telling all your friends about.
For 30 years, Stuart Cove’s professional and fun dive team has been helping divers discover the best of the Bahamas with world-class diving in the crystal-clear waters of Nassau. Walls, reefs, wrecks and sharks are all just a short boat ride from our dock!
Telephone: Toll-free: 800- 879-9832 (U.S. and Canada)
In the U.S.: 954- 524-5755
On-island phone: 242-362-4171